Updated: Aug 8, 2019
Stained glass windows are not just for churches, synagogues and cathedrals. A modern stained glass window can make an impressive style statement. But, nowadays people prefer faux stained glass window film instead of the conventional stained glass. A faux stained glass window film mimics the look of a stained glass window at the fraction of its cost. It is a kind of film that can be installed on any window and it comes in many designs, patterns and sizes. This kind of window films are of two types, adhesive-backed or static cling. Static cling films are easier to remove and are reusable, but are more difficult to clean as they attract dust. If you are interested in updating the decor of your home, without breaking the back, then you can consider installing stained glass window film.
You can always purchase a stained glass window and get it installed, but the prices of a stained glass window is considerable even for the most simplest design. So the next best thing to do is get stained glass window film. These films are a low-cost option and you can choose from a variety of designs and styles. Most laymen will not be able to tell the difference between a traditional stained glass window and a stained glass window film. Remember to choose a design that matches the overall décor of your home. If you have a modern minimalistic home décor with clean lines and a monochromatic color scheme, then stick to geometric patterns in stained glass films. Use just three or four colors so that the colors pop out and make your room look cozy and inviting.
If you live in a country-style house, then of course you can go for more intricate designs. Leaves, flowers, vines, birds and butterflies all make good patterns for this purpose. Natural landscapes, seascapes or small underwater life are also some good design options for decorative stained glass window films. re excellent for providing privacy for those windows where installing curtains and drapes are not that practical.These window films a